Emiley Chang, MD, MPH, MS graduated from Stanford University School of Medicine, with an additional M.P.H. degree from UC Berkeley. She trained in internal medicine at UC Davis Medical Center and completed a subspecialty geriatrics fellowship at UCLA. Currently, she is a NRSA research fellow in General Internal Medicine, through which she obtained additional training at the Fielding School of Public Health in health services research methodology, biostatistics, and social marketing. She has always been interested in integrative medicine as a means of promoting healthy aging and improving quality of life for older adults. As a clinician researcher, her community-partnered projects focus on racial/ethnic health disparities, patient-physician communication, and team-based models of care. She plans to design and implement interventions to bring the innovative work of the UCLA Center for East-West Medicine to the community setting.